Please take some time to read and plan for your new arrival. Based on our experience, we think some of the information in the links below is critical to starting off on the right foot. You should be proud to be part of  a movement that saves lives. You will be richly rewarded with love and devotion.
Adopting a rescued animal will probably end up being one of the best things you have ever done!

ŸŸKeeping Your New Pup/Dog SafeContainment, Leashing & Identification

How to Pet Proof Your Home – Keeping Your Home & Yard Safe For Dogs or Cats – HomeAdvisor

House Training Tips – from the ASPCA

How often should you bathe your dog? Ruff Ideas, health & wellness for the modern dog

Pets and ParasitesComprehensive Information about common parasites

Do you have a pet fire safety plan?Protect America, a national home security company

Pet First Pet InsuranceComplimentary 30-days of Pet Insurance if adopted through Petfinder

Tips to Avoid Trigger StackingTransportation and adoption is stressful. Here are some tips to decrease some of the stressors

ŸŸFamily Paws® Parent Education (FPPE)provides specialized programs for new and expecting families with dogs

ŸŸWhat to Expect When Adopting a Dog: A Guide to Successful Dog Adoption for Every Familythis book was written by a fellow rescuer and has a lot of great information in it